@Xandermcc he works for Smoak Tech in the future on Earth-Prime, but they never explicitly said that he owned it (in Earth-1's future, which was erased by Crisis, he'd changed his name and founded his own company; Harris Consolidated).
@Stryzzar post-Crisis, Lex is still the CEO of Luthor Corp since his crimes weren't exposed to the public, but there's no indication he has anything to do with Queen Consolidated on Earth-Prime.
Post-Crisis, Moira Queen is alive, the Queen mansion is still intact, and the Queens are still rich and own Queen Consolidated. Palmer Tech exists as well, but clearly wasn't a rebranding of the Queens' company.
@J Fan Classic Cisco. Though for the record, I do own a Superman shirt like the one Cisco wears in this scene. Someone in my family gave it to me as a gift since I love superheroes (which is part of the reason I enjoy the Arrowverse so much).
I don't recall where the shirt came from, but I'm sure you could probably find it at Target, or, if all else fails, try Amazon.
It's impossible to travel to Earth-1. Earth-1 is gone; it's now as if it never existed, because they went back to the dawn of time and restored the multiverse, causing Black Lightning's Earth, Earth-1 and Earth-38 to merge. As Cisco said in "Marathon":
"So now, not only do Superman, Supergirl and Black Lightning live here; but now, our entire timeline has been rewritten so that they've always lived here, and I don't remember owning this shirt!"
(Bolded words emphasis my point.)
Oh; I just assumed that the husks meant that the stone transmutated their DNA or something similar; I didn't get the impression dark matter was involved.
I know it's getting off topic a bit, but the only way I'm able to figure that the metas from Flashpoint are effected by dark matter when they get their powers in the post-Flashpoint timeline is that it's mentioned the stone is made of Speed Force energy, and dark matter is established to exist within the Speed Force.
@Xandermcc Oh. I didn't catch that detail, though it makes sense.
@Xandermcc Actually, Flashpoint metas weren't effected by a particle accelerator (in that timeline, or in the post-Flashpoint timeline when Alchemy used the Philosopher's Stone to restore their powers).
No. Killer Frost is a non-dark matter meta, so she's immune to it, as established by The Flash episode 100; "What's Past is Prologue".
Of course. I love Winn's character and want him back on Supergirl and would definitely love for him to meet Cisco of Team Flash.
The Arrowverse already tried to use Blue Beetle once and nothing came to fruition. With that in mind, it seems unlikely they'll introduce the character.
Are you asking due to the fact that the pit temporarily grants enhanced physical condition (Sara being able to jump super high immediately after being resurrected in the Lazarus Pit), and suggesting that already having superhuman speed may temporarily negate that entirely? If so, it would make sense, although if that were the case, I expect that effect on the speedster would only be temporary (like the time the Joker was resurrected in a Lazarus Pit, and since he was insane to begin with, rather than making him excessively agressive, the Pit rendered him sane, though his sanity didn't last very long.
I can't say for sure whether he'll wind up taking on the Atom mantle, but I definitely want to see more of his character in the Arrowverse.
I bought a copy a while ago, but as far as whether it's canon, I'd say probably not. It seems to just be his personal notes on various things; if they were things he discussed on-screen with the team, I'd say it is canon to the show, but he doesn't.
I'm interested to see where the series goes with having a completely different character take on the mantle of Batwoman, particularly how they'll make it make sense with how season 1 wound up having to end early (with the season ending with Kate's father vowing to kill Batwoman; but they've established that Kate won't be killed off) due to production shutdowns.
Crisis established that Titans is set on Earth-9 in both the original, and the new multiverse. IDK whether there's an Earth-1 version of the group.
I'm guessing his memories would've probably been restored by J'onn, or it may have something to do with him hopping between Earth and hell; like how Damien Darhk retained his pre-Crisis memories upon being resurrected as an Encore.
Or, another possibility about Darhk; when Damien was resurrected by the Order of the Shrouded Compass in Legends season 3, Mallus enabled Darhk to remember his time with the Legion of Doom. Could it be that previously having had his memories restored by Mallus enables him to retain any of his memories; regardless of changes to the timeline (Damien being in hell when the Crisis happened would have nothing to do with it)?
I expect Cisco would still retain his powers if not for taking the meta-human cure. But, from a plot-driven standpoint, it would be all too easy for the heroes to find out that the multiverse still exists post-Crisis if Cisco still had his powers. (Since, as they've stated, Earth-Prime is the only Earth within the new multiverse that any of them are aware of.)
Yeah; also, it's archive footage from that movie, but the post-Crisis version of Earth-12 is meant to represent the HBO Max Green Lantern series.
I definitely want James to come back. Winn too.
@Carterkane007 Yeah; and then there's the fact that in Crisis on Infinite Earths, when Kate told Kara about Kryptonite the former had stolen from Earth-99 Bruce Wayne, Kara told Kate to keep it, because she trusts Kate. She's got issues with Lena having Kryptonite though.